HUNDREDS of victims have received fake calls saying they have been charged for an Amazon Prime subscription.

Police are urging Bracknell and Wokingham residents to stay vigilant after Action Fraud received multiple reports of a scam taking place.

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Victims report they received an automated phone call claiming they have been charged for an Amazon Prime membership.

The call informs people their personal details have been fraudulently used to subscribe to Amazon Prime, however, they can cancel the transaction by pressing 1.

When victims do this, they are automatically connected to criminals posing as Amazon customer service representatives who remotely access their computer and steal their personal and financial details.

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The police are warning people to contact the company directly incase it is a scam and refuse unusual requests for personal and financial information.

A police spokesman said: "Attention all Amazon Prime users. Did you know there is a scam going around targeting Amazon Prime customers?

"Be aware and stay vigilant."